BODYCAM: Thurman Blevins Shooting
Minneapolis, MN
   
 
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Minneapolis police body-camera video released Sunday night shows officers repeatedly warning an armed Thurman Blevins to put his hands up as they chased him through a North Side residential neighborhood last month and then fatally shot him in an alley.

The dramatic imagery, slowed down and stabilized by a California forensic video firm, shows the 31-year-old Blevins with a handgun and running from police. The video appears to show the gun in Blevins’ hand shortly before shots were fired.


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When are these thugs going to learn you cannot out run an officer with your pants down? Glad our men in blue are safe.
Posted by Sasquatch at 8/3/2018 12:46:05 PM

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